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Although these studies have shown that epitopes can be much larger than originally thought, it is still clear that high-affinity antibodies can be raised to small epitopes. Because antibodies can recognize relatively small regions of antigens, occasionally they can find similar epitopes on other molecules. This forms the molecular basis for cross-reaction. Although similar epitopes can occur on related molecules, the presence of similar epitopes does not necessarily imply a functional relationship.
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Antibodies - A LABORATORY MANUAL by Ed Harlow and David Lane